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Zwell omegaZ (Krill Oil) 500 mg

Zwell omegaZ (Krill Oil) 500 mg Zwell’s Krill Oil has unique properties for better bio-availability (use by bodily cells) than other fish oil products.


$33.00 500mg - 60softgel caps/bottle
Krill Oil Omega-3; NPN 80030058
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Inno-Q-Nol Blood Pressure - Innovite Health

Inno-Q-Nol Blood Pressure - Innovite Health Inno-Q-Nol Blood Pressure restores antioxidant levels to support cardiovascular health and also includes patented ingredients Chocamine® and MegaNatural® BP (grape seed extract) for additional blood pressure lowering benefits.
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1 Pack $44.99 Buy Now
4 Pack $33.74 Buy Now

($134.97 for 4-pack - Buy 3 Get 1 Free)

60 softgels/bottle
NPN# 80043880

Key Benefits At A Glance:

  • Reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease.
  • Boost energy levels.
  • Provide antioxidant protection.
  • MegaNatural® BPI grape seed extract is clinically proven to lower blood pressure(2).
  • Chocamine® chocolate extract is proven to lower blood pressure.

Product Description:

This year, heart disease will affect more women in Canada than any other disease. Cardiovascular afflictions can include atherosclerosis, hypertension, stroke and heart attack.

About CoQ10

Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is an extremely important nutrient that every cell in your body must have in order to produce energy. It is naturally found in the energy-producing center of the cell known as the mitochondria, the part of a cell responsible for the production of energy in the form of ATP (Adenosine triphosphate). ATP serves as the cell's major energy source and drives a number of biological processes, including muscle contraction and the production of protein. CoQ10 is involved in making this important molecule.

Ubiquinone vs. Ubiquinol

Ubiquinone is the standard form of CoQ10. The body must automatically convert ubiquinone to ubiquinol - the most body-ready form of CoQ10 - to help in cell energy production by providing quick and efficient replenishment. Aging inhibits this conversion process hence the requirement for CoQ10 supplementation, where the body-ready ubiquinol form may achieve the most optimal benefits. When compared to standard CoQ10 supplements ubiquinol is: 8x better absorbed in the bloodstream; reduces exercise-induced fatigue by 90%; and slows aging by 40%(8).

Inno-Q-Nol: Kaneka QH® Ubiquinol with Q-Nol® stability

Stabilized ubiquinol from ingredient to product expiration

Ubiquinol by nature is not stable (i.e. reverts back to ubiquinone). Kaneka Corporation, the world's primary CoQ10 producer, has developed a patented process that creates the most highly stabilized form of ubiquinol as a raw ingredient - Kaneka QH® Ubiquinol. While many supplement brands utilize Kaneka QH® Ubiquinol, how it’s handled during final manufacturing has a significant impact on the stabilized form and the degree and rate to which natural destabilization will occur. To ensure the superior efficacy of ubiquinol at the time of ingestion, Innovite Health utilizes one additional manufacturing step, the patented Q-Nol® process (US Patent 6,740,338) which ensures ubiquinol in the finished product stays stable (i.e. as ubiquinol) through to product expiration.


This chocolate extract contains no fat or sugar, only the key phytochemicals in cocoa, like theobromine, which support the longer-lasting, less addictive energy profile that many consumers might seek.

MegaNatural® BP

This is a patented grape seed extract made in California from a special seed blend primarily from varietal white wine grapes. The seeds are extracted with hot water, the extract is purified, concentrated and spray dried, loading natural grape phenolics into the extract, and that extract powder is used as an ingredient for dietary supplements, functional foods, and healthy beverages.

Supplement Facts:

Each softgel contains:

CoQ10 (as ubiquinol, yeast fermentation source, Kaneka QHTM)

     .....   50mg

Grape (Vitis vinifera) seed extract  (MegaNatural®-BP, standardized to 90% total phenolics, 5% monomers)

.....  75mg

Cocoa (Theobroma cacao) bean extract (ChocamineTM, standardized to12% theombromine)

..... 125mg
Magnesium (Oxide, Citrate) ..... 150mg

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Sunflower oil, sunflower lecithin, yellow beeswax, ascorbyl palmitate, gelatin, glycerin, curcumin, tapioca starch, natural spices/flavours (ginger, allspice, cinnamon).

Free from wheat, gluten, dairy, corn, eggs, nuts, peanuts, fish, shellfish, soy, sugar, GMO, artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.

Suggested Dose and Usage:

Adults: Take 1 softgel twice daily with meals, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner.

Warnings and Contraindications:

Consult a healthcare practitioner prior to use if you are pregnant, breastfeeding or on blood pressure medications or blood thinners. Do not use if the seal is broken. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool dry place to preserve freshness.



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